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before a congressional committee chaired by clinton anderson who was a senator from new mexico and he says how does this happen? how does this happen? he used a phrase that has been used before but still applicable. cheese says it was a failure of imagination. we simply couldn't conceive the idea that this series of bizarre events, one would trigger the other which would trigger the other which would lead to these men's death. the same thing happened on december 7th, 1941. we simply didn't conceive, there were war games about it, the war department, one of the real victims, walter short of the events of pearl harbor and how they're treated after word but they didn't ever think that the japanese could move six aircraft carriers over 4,000 miles along with dozens of escort ships over 400, 500 airplanes, thousands of men, stopped in mid ocean to refuel and come in and attack hawaii and not only that but attack the philippines, attack midway, attack wake island, all these other faces, in a massive strike. no one thought the japanese had the industrial plan, the war material even the polit
-- and, you know, not -- >> charlie: including carter, clinton and obama? >> everybody. bush, everybody. whether it's two-party talks, six-party talks. >> charlie: failed. and part of it is rational people trying to deal with crazies. >> charlie: and the chinese, too, is an element to it. they've got a lot to lose. >> the chinese have been less helpful than they could be. they have a strong interest in getting the issue dealt with. but here's the thing that's always struck me, the north koreans talk all the time about the fact that we're still technically at war with them, legally at war with them, because all we did was sign an arms agreement not a peace treaty. and during the periods where the negotiations were active, they kept saying why won't you declare you're not at war with us? and we say, you know, the usual thing, what you're taught as a diplomat or any kind of negotiator, it's a bargaining chip and we're holding the chip and of course we don't think we're at war with you. my view is bargaining chips you don't get to spend are not worth anything. so why not just say, okay. jus
. longtime friend of the clintons, no reference to democrat or democratic party in a state that is increasingly republican. i do not think any state has turned so sharply republican in recent times as arkansas, unless maybe west virginia for some of the same reasons. that ad was heavily criticized by democratic media advertising specialists, privately, not publicly. sophisticates perhaps are turned r said.what pryo you have to remember the arkansas electorate. in recent elections in the white evangelical christians have been close to 60% of the turnout. actually of appeal can make a difference. it is an emotional appeal but in heor's sense reveals what considers to be important or tries to sell that idea. up, aone poll has him long way between now and november. we will cover all the campaigns on the c-span network. steve from austin, texas, good morning. caller: good morning, thank you. rayburn,sk you, sam years ago, when he retired from sticker of the house he only had a few thousand dollars in his checking account. these guys are retiring as millionaires. are these guys a
seized by another country. would moscow show restraint week after week. how would president clinton responded parts of this country were seized to request to remove his army from those parts of the country. there is some irony in russian demand given the manner in which it would deal with separatism within its borders. it has been 63 days since russia began its campaign to annex crimea. the ukrainian government has chosen peace day after day. russia, day after day, has chosen to pursue more territory. consider the following facts. it stopped almost all train movements. that is an illegal act. it is an illegal act. for russian activists beat up to journalists near the administration building. we can go on and on about the illegal acts. 32 buildings are under occupation. we have seen dozens of officials legally detained. and the group of eight monitors objected in direct defiance. alongside all this action, we have heard the russian federation building its case for intervention. we were not even part in the ukraine in the good old days. invoking article 51 and self-defense as activate
by president clinton and continued to be violated by george bush. i don't blame russia for its great for our instincts to stop it. so that's a big part of the negotiating posture both countries are taking to the ice age for example could wind up green announcing the agreement that i believe was announced in tbilisi where we said that we were looking for georgia to eventually eventually be a member of the site of the american is going to die for tbilisi and article five applied to tbilisi with my tomato a phony alliance immediately. i make those having a hard time as it is anyway. it doesn't have the resolute desk trying anymore since the soviet threat went away and were desperately trying to find one for a doubt are out of area operations became the latest attempt to do so in afghanistan and elsewhere so visit this is a complex problem but it does have the answers to it. it just requires exquisite diplomacy had a lot of ability on both moscow and large the spark to sort of book of situation from as i said hey nobody wins except ukraine and others denied that cotton is trapped in the future o
today in moscow and also here in the u.s., we seem to be falling behind. during the first clinton administration, i recall that we had a bit of a debate. would it make sense to invite nato and russia to become over time a member of nato? recall, 12-13 years ago around 2001, that question was raised again. obviously the russian's response was we are not interested in being a member of nato, we are interested in the change a relationship. russia went further and came back to us more recently with a whole new concept for the relationship between the west and russia for european security. some of the ideas that were put forward by medvedev during his tenure as president of russia simply in our you were not acceptable to all in the west. it was just not going to work. i think to finish, we have thehed the point where ukrainian crisis, we will need to take a sharp look again at how we can over time construct a european order, a european security document that is good for us and also ok for russia. ahead, wase jump there a feeling that the west was taking advantage of russia at a time of
clinton and it was on the night of the attack at 10:07 p.m. when she released a statement to the media about the death of that foreign service officer. what we don't know is whether there really was intelligence that backed up that position. what we know is that within 24 hours, there was intelligence that conflicted but no correction was made. >> and we know that the president talked to secretary of state clinton before he came out. today in the rose garden the president was with the german president and he said something that raised some eyebrows on this issue. >> the notion that this is some spontaneous uprising in eastern ukraine is belied by all the evidence of well-organized, trained, armed me lish thats with capacity to shoot down helicopters. generally local protesters don't possess that capacity of surface-to-air missiles or whatever weapons were used to shoot down helicopters. >> the president is talking about russia's actions in eastern ukraine. but it sounded a lot like senator john mccain after benghazi. >> that's a stunning statement the president said i don't believe the
is about a run-in with the secret service and president clinton. what happened there? >> well, it was jackie robinson day, the first ever that they had, and they were going to retire jackie robinson's number, 42, throughout all of baseball, and president clinton decided the night before that he kind of wanted to be a part of the ceremonies. overnight shea stadium transformed into something that more resembled la guardia airport that there were metal detectors placed all over the place, and mr. met, myself at the time, couldn't get his big noggin through a lot of the metal detectors which caused a backlog in the line. you know, there was a little bit of metal in my head. the wands would go off when nypd was frisking me. they threw me up against the wall and put the cuffs on me. secret service was having none of that. they kind of -- they kind of, like, took me aside and said, mr. met, we're not going to bother you anymore. do what it is you normally do, but just so you know, there's snipers all around the ring of the stadium. approach the president, we go for the kill shot. >>
at straws to try to hurt hillary clinton or whatever. you can see the global media doesn't care. >> we saw the general testifying yesterday, getting emotional saying, you know, it could have been prevented had the state department really sort of tipped them off. and so my question at newt. let me throw this at you, you know, if hillary clinton does run in 2016, how does she answer those questions about what her state department did or did not do? >> she has a real challenge because last month, for example, more tweets about benghazi than there were about hillary clinton. this isn't going to go away. it's really about honesty and about accountability and transparency. but i do want to say a word and praise the white house press corps. this was the wrong place to raise that issue. it's a big deal. i think they focused on ukraine correctly. >> okay. let me end with this, something the three of us were talking about at commercial break. i do want to talk about basketball with you two. and newt, i know you are the ideas guy and i know you have an idea when it comes to the ownership of the l.a.
,rt with the oldced -- with the old ced plan, going back to clinton care, there is a lot of good stuff in the bill. let's build on that and a lot of bad stuff has been taken out, like the class act, more good news you never heard about. it has already been removed by the administration. sot people enjoy hating much. so, give credit where credit is due, and let's add a malpractice case to this bill. republicans are afraid to do that even though we could save tens of billions of dollars because they do not want the stigma of being associated with this bill. >> congressman? >> i could not disagree more. liability reform is something the republican house has been after for years. the missing link in the affordable care act was fixing tr, the liability system, and letting doctors talk to each other. >> where is the burgess bill on malpractice reform? >> i am glad you asked. >> that is not a bill, that is a book. >> you know this because you are a doctor, but here is the you heardl question, from the last panel repeal is not a viable alternative. millions of people have written contracts based on an exi
the fellow we have on what bret baier last night but remember what hillary clinton said, what does it matter now? imagine if you with the families of those people. why don't they want to get to the bottom of this? is unconscionable. stuart: he is the man, he is the man who changed the wording from attacks to demonstrations. the complete have that on what went down that night and he did it. and that is another link to the white house i take it. >> absolutely. we still don't know what happened, still don't know what the conversations were, why troops weren't sent in, why the american public was misled. this is a big story and i think the white house must think the national media is stupid because to get on television and watch what jay carney says the way he talked to these reporters as if this is nothing, this is a nonsense story. if i were a journalist in that room my would be deeply offended. stuart: the establishment media does not wish to pursue this story. >> they are treated in a way that is offensive they have to cover this story and that is what you are seeing this morning in the medi
allies made a good faith effort to convince russia the security was converging. president clinton said the test of russia's measure is whether russia, the big neighbor, can be the good neighbor. despite the reservations of many new members, nato established the partnership for peace and negotiated the russia-nato piece agreement and some went so far to see that russia might join the alliance. but we were never blinded to the risk. former secretary of state warned in 1995 that among his words, one of the plans of preparing is that russia will abandoned behavior that characters history particularly during the soviet period. and nato must stand ready to visit the basic principles underlying its relationship with russia. nato enlargement didn't invite russian aggression. it didn't form crisis then or now. instead it settled old disputes and promoted freedom and free mact markets and advanced the cause of peace. that is why nato holds the door open for aspiring members. consider the alternative, a world without nato enlargement and not the asurances they provide. it would have risked a prec
clinton president. >> and another thing on the street is this is a time in the spring when people buy and sell houses, and making the move, and we have been seeing the disappointing number with mortgage rates higher than they have been, and homeownership is down, and sales are down, and what does it take for it to go down? >> well, the weak numbers are a positive sign, because the housing prices have been rising 30% and 40% in the rekrecent ye, and people's incomes have not risen that level. when housing prices got away from the income level, then the credit got creative and said, we will get you in there no matter how much you have to borrow, and we are seeing anned a vus -- seeing an adjustment on the type of supply of the cheaper houses being built, and it is going to take a while, because it is a housing one or two-year plan for the construction. >> and both of you v a great weekend. >> thank you. >> take care. >>> and now checking the newsfeed this morning, the "new york post" is reporting that disgraced los angeles clipper owner donald steriling is battling prostate cancer, and
clinton will run and odds on her becoming president. the full interview airs tomorrow on talk to al jazeera, only on al jazeera america. >> when she talks, everybody listens. everybody in the studio watching the interview because she still carries that voice. you just want to know what she has to say. >> doctors in california are trying to find the source of an illness causing children to slip into psychotic episodes. >> one of the leading physicians in the treatment discusses what's behind this condition. welcome back to al jazeera america. straight ahead, we are going to be talking about a mystery illness that is causing children to suffer from horrible cyanotic episodes. >> first, a look at the wet weather today across the u.s., meteorologist nicole mitchell is here. it's not really true it's across the u.s. it's in pockets. >> parts. you can say in it terms of a little here and there. quiet pattern compared to what we had earlier in the week. so the northwest, we are going to start to see the system push in later today. we will get wet here and temperatures will drop a little b
line from arizona. caller: in the big picture, i think the trend put all this on hillary clinton. god bless one's a died in benghazi, but the republicans have nothing else to bring to the table. i think it is that important. god bless all the active-duty personnel. god bless america. host: we want to hear from bill joining us from texas. caller: good morning to all the listeners. i want to state that this is a cover upon behalf of hillary clinton and the department of justice's failure to follow through on their investigation. thank you. host: carol makes this point. you can send in your tweet. our next call is jack, joining us this morning from new york. on the independent line. caller: i think it is very important that the american individuals were murdered on the national press doesn't much want to cover. the networks seem to be given surpassed. i think in honor of those people they should be covered and not covered up. host: thank you for your call. the benghazi story is on the websites, but not a hard copy of the washington edition of both of those newspapers. roll call does have
it's more entertainment. >> a job is a job. secretary clinton spoke of their trade. -- fair trade. >> fair means the government does not give one industry an advantage compared to the industry in another country. it does not nickel its currency. american companies can compete with anyone on a level playing field. >> do we have that now? you agree that we have lost a lot of textile jobs? >> i was just in china. what is striking, you buy chinese socks and walmart and there's only five percent cheaper than if you buy the same socks and china. we don't have a level playing field. >> i have a friend in china who says the same thing. >> it goes back and forth. you look at some headlines over the past couple of weeks. it for pepsi, china sales up double digits as the u.s. declines. gm, china sales rival u.s. sales. apple -- how important is china to u.s. growth? >> at the moment, not terribly important. in the future comment can be. if you look at where you are going to see income growth and consumption growth in asia -- we're not that dependent on china in the moment. , if it'sdown that
's that's why everything is on a table and we need to discuss it and given that the county saying clinton the best solution is to last them for it to its employees in for a car on the future of our energy policy. tom and newtown. as mentioned i would like you as he he he. eugene found a solution and come i am not sure that this is due. and we can't see this into account weekends we can sound the news oust him to train built in the build up an emt and industry policy. we need to start now on. and we bleed strategic policy of more globally and in a descending and hasn't been done unfortunately with peanut christ gave us anything to price the eight of the lack of on industrial policy in france and jingle as i can use in a conservative government and unlike the industry posted here. how can this be in a country where so many leaders come from the elites of a company technique so many of engineers. i think where we run that we haven't been to that it's not the problem of david lee is something in each company didn't get the problem is really about teaching strategically at the national level a
department official beth jones to secretary of state hillary clinton's closest aides, including sheryl mills, that the libyan ambassador was told -- was responsible. what's been overlooked is hours later on 10:00 p.m. september 11th even before the attack was over mrs. clinton sent out a press release directly linking the video to the benghazi violence. while mrs. clinton waes statement was out of sync with the intelligence it was reinforced three daze later by the ben rhodes e-mail which critics say intended to shape the public discussion of a terrorist attack. lovell testified that the state department did not respond quickly that night. >> it's not what they did in that particular situation. it's what they didn't do. they didn't come forward with stronger requests for action. >> what was the mood in the room? what was the feeling? was it to save our people? >> it was desperation there to be able to -- >> it was what? >> desperation there to gain situational awareness and be able to do something. >> lovell was not in the operational chain of command, a point emphasized by one committee dem
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night, president clinton said if the sanctions keep going up, russia might have to examine deals with western countries when it comes to energy. >> we will pick that point up in a moment. talk to me about what is happening with ukraine. >> ukraine was another place that shell was looking to expand its business. and had an agreement with the central government of ukraine to explore for gas and a stable country. that part of the country is controlled by separatists. not something -- is going to be able to work on any time -- that is not something shells going to be able to work on in the future. on shall incote russia. should we be worried about the situation? davide serra is ceo and founder of algebris. tap on, so got the we should not worry about the russians turning the tap off. >> the market is underestimating this. ukraine, i cannot see a win-win, that is not what worries -- that is what worries me. , mistakes from geopolitical points of view. pushyas been a bit too with the anti-ballistic missiles in eastern europe. from a putin perspective, he lost the empire in russia. the
the affordable care act, 8 million people signing up, and at the same time in another state, chelsea clinton is doing an event and tells people that she is pregnant. and then people are buzzing, what does this mean for 2016? probably nothing, but it means that people are already looking ahead. that is a problem exercising power abroad. it is a challenge that he needs to look at ahead. guest: it is a challenge being named a lame duck, so early in the second term, but the truth is he has not been able to get much done in congress. if power shifts to republicans in the senate, he does not have that one chamber to wooster his priorities, so it will be very interesting, as we said before, to see how the white house works y completelyiall control republican congress. i read earlier that he may start to worry too much and give away the store, the issues that they care about. hard to predict at this point, but definitely tricky for the white house, in that they still have two and a half years of governing and they are not able to get much of his agenda done. guest: and the republicans know this. if
, and hillary clinton took a lot of grief for her phrase it takes a village. but that's how it's regarded. and that seemed to be one of the areas in which we could learn something from traditional societies. maybe you can elaborate on that. >> it's an area where i as the parent of two sons who are now in their 20s, i and my wife certainly did learn from what went on in new guinea. hillary clinton's statement about it takes a village to rear a child, i cannot understand how anybody would question that. i've talked with the children of american missionaryies who the children have grown up in new guinea in a new begin village or they've grown up in kenya in a kenyan village, and then these american children come back to the united states for the first time as teenagers. and it is a shock for them. one of the things that they comment is that -- i talk with a teenager who came back, american teenager, and he said in my new guinea village everybody was, in fact, my aunt or uncle. and we kids would run around the village. there were no doors on the hartes, and we would have -- hearths and we wou
clinton's presidency, including george w. bush. on the diplomatic front, it has two elements -- deterrence and engagement. all countries in asia as well as the united states seek deeper relations with chine into and want to make sure that country does not become an expansionist regional bully. getting the balance between those two elements is hard to do and easy to criticize. there is, however, a broader aspect to asia policy, one that is constructive. at the center of this is the transpacific partnership. it would not only be the largest trade deal in decades if it happened involving most of asia's economies, perhaps including china, but it would strongly reinforce american tile rules about free and open trade worldwide. yet the president has not been able to get the fast track authority that makes it possible to negotiate such a trade deal. the democratic party, once the greatest champion of free trade, has turned its back on it. a sat shift in a once open and optimistic party. and in recent years, republican support for trade has also gotten much weaker. america's military strategy in a
opens the door to a 2016 presidential run. it's another bush-clinton matchup in store? our sunday panel handicaps the potential showdown. and -- we'll have a report from rome where hundreds of thousands gather to watch history as two popes become saints. all right now on "fox news sunday." hello again from fox news in washington. the supreme court dealt a big blow to affirmative action this week, siding with michigan which along with seven other states has banned public universities from using race as a factor in college admissions. joining us now jennifer gratz whose rejection from the university of michigan inspired her to leave the drive to ban racial preferences. and shanta driver, a civil rights attorney who argued before the supreme court in defense of affirmative action. and welcome to both of you to "fox news sunday." >> thank you. >> i want to begin by revisiting previous rulings by the supreme court on affirmative action, rulings that still stand. in 2003, court said this, student body diversity is a compelling state interest that can justify the use of race in university admi
the second woman appointed to the u.s. supreme court when she was named in 1993 by president clinton. prior to her appointment she spent 13 years serving as a federal appeals court judge for the district of columbia. following a distinguished teaching career at rutgers university where she cofounded the first law journal in this country to focus exclusively on women's rights and at columbia university. as general counsel of the american civil liberties union she argued landmark cases before the supreme court on gender discrimination. she was described in a profile by the new yorker magazine as the supreme court's most accomplished litigator. she was born in brooklyn, new york. and as a measure of how far women in the law have come when she graduated from law school in 1959 at the top of her class she did not receive a single job offer. justice ruth bader ginsberg. [applause] i want to start by talking where you grew up and how you grew up. it is clear by talking to you and reading about what you have written and said in the past that that shaped you. start with you, justice ginsberg. brookl
a continuation of u.s. foreign policy since bill clinton's president, including george w. bush. on the diplomatic front, it has two elements col: deterrence sk gau -- and engagement. they have deep ties with asia. getting the balance between those two elements is hard to do and easy to criticize. there is, however, a broader is constructive.olicy, one that at the center of this is the transpacific partnership. it would not only be the largest trade deal in decades if it happened involving most of asia's economies, but it would reestablish america's rules about foreign trade worldwide. yet the president has not been able to get the fast track authority that makes it possible to negotiate such a trade deal. the democratic party wan, once greatest party of free trade, has turned its back on it. and in recent years, republican support for trade has also gotten much weaker. it requires significant budgets, and these are true from both sides of the aisle. public support for any type of ambitious, generous foreign policy is pretty low these days. the most worrying obstacle to a serious american strategy
peninsula and the clintons can see provocations in east ukraine at the moment joint goal of a strained relations between moscow and the tin. the on the lawn. schools in the eastern ukrainian rebel held city of sodium school i don't eat dessert it was parents keep their children at home during an assault on the sixteenth my cranium troops ukrainian special forces launched a second phase of their operation in the east of the country on friday by mounting a full page of the city which is being overrun by kremlin backed militants who aim to create a pretext for russian annexation. let's erase the new cheese dishes to do with the change he said. this holds true is that it couldn't be that we would have six hundred and ninety zero s are just as you can see it open and honest i'd be a terrible president of just six per cent. according to our information once held the seat until the outsides of my absence for unknown reasons well perhaps that is needed to let their children attend school. they leave only different parts of the stadium on sunday closing in some higher wages than that it's a sit
in 2010 president clinton said that the creation of a palestinian state would take about half the impetus in the whole world. not just region, but the whole world and it would have more impact than anything else that could be done. so here is a former president and i daresay that condoleezza rice and others felt the exact same way that hillary clinton feels. we see this day in and day out. president obama and john kerry believe the same thing about this. it is bipartisan. they believe that the source of instability, the pathology of the muslim world is due to the palestinian state and once this is created we will have heaven on earth and we will see nirvana. in a terrorism and she hot and misogyny. everything will be fine and unicorns will come and dance. all we need is a palestinian individual singh who is responsible for the according to the paradigm. so it those grubby jews will not give up enough territory to satisfy this, they are responsible for this not only in the region but throughout the world. if they would stop allowing jews to build in samaria and jerusalem. stop respecting j
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